Also called Derry after its picturesque county town on the west bank of river Foyle, Londonderry is..Armagh Information
County Armagh is the seat of both the Protestant and Catholic archbishops of Ireland, and, as such..Antrim Information
County Antrim boasts a number of attractions for visitors, not least among these is Belfast..Down Information
County Down, located on the east coast of Northern Ireland, offers visitors a range of attractions..Fermanagh Information
Fermanagh, situated in the north west of Ireland, is a true visitor's paradise with plenty to see..Tyrone Information
County Tyrone is the largest county in Northern Ireland below Derry. The flat peatlands in the east..
Northern Ireland offers an unspoiled, stunning landscape, welcoming inhabitants and a warm, enchanting character steeped in history and lore.
A phenomenal sense of optimism has been one of the key developments in Northern Ireland in the past decade and thanks to its new-found confidence, the island of Ireland's undiscovered gem is now taking centre stage as one of the most fascinating regions to visit in the country.
Home to the intriguing Giant's Causeway - the island's first UNESCO World Heritage Site - Northern Ireland is a tourist's paradise. Merging the legend of Finn McCool, who allegedly tore pieces of volcanic rock into columns to make a path to Scotland, with a remarkable natural habitat, this site possesses some of the most stunning views to be found anywhere in the world. The Giant's Causeway Visitor Centre offers further insight into this geological phenomenon.
Awash with relics from its astounding Christian heritage, other spectacular sites such as the walled city of Derry, the beguiling lakelands of Fermanagh, the glens of Antrim and the mountains of Mourne also pepper the region's diverse landscape. All of these sites are easily accessible.
Northern Ireland also has much to offer the more energetic tourist, with fishing on the region's many lakes, sailing on the celebrated waterways or golfing on some of the area's quality courses all high on visitor's 'must-do' lists.
Furthermore, the people of Northern Ireland offer the friendliest of welcomes and as you take in the region's many attractions, the warmth and hospitality of the locals will be one of the highlights of your stay.
Northern Ireland’s capital has transformed itself over the past decade into a city of..Giants Causeway Information
Ireland's only natural World Heritage site, the Giants Causeway is located on the northern coast of..See all locations in Northern Ireland